Drinking water is one of the most important things in your everyday life. Everyone needs it to survive, and to thrive. Quality drinking water is something that many people take for granted, but their health can suffer when they don’t have access to clean drinking water. Checking the quality of your drinking water is an essential step in ensuring you are getting what you are paying for at home or work.
Have you ever felt dizzy after quenching your thirst with a glass of water? While it may sound a little absurd, most of us have experienced this scenario more than once. But why would a harmless glass of drinking water make you sick? Is there more to the story that we are unaware of? To answer all your questions, read further to know what experts from BOS have to say about this matter.
When you shower or wash clothes, do you feel it’s almost not enough – as if it could be cleaner? Or the soap hasn’t yet reached its full potential? These are signs that you might have hard water in your home. Unfortunately, hard water is not to be taken lightly as there are more drawbacks than most of us can imagine.
If you feel as though you are forever throwing away kettles or having to buy de-scaler due to limescale build-up, you may well live in a hard water area. Hard water is water that has an array of minerals in it such as calcium, magnesium, and sulfur and it is these minerals that cause the build-up on our appliances. Hard water isn’t bad for us, but it doesn’t bode well with showerheads and taps, so maybe you might need a water softener at home if this sounds like your current situation.
Whole house water filters for kids – how to choose the best one? Photo by Jacek Dylag on Unsplash Considering the rising trend of water pollution, a large majority of homeowners are righteously concerned about the quality of their household water. Therefore, many of them decide to install a whole house filtration system that isn’t connected to a […]
We all go about our days rarely thinking about mundane. but rather important issues like the safety of our drinking water. Most people who live in cities and neighborhoods where tap water is deemed safe for drinking will not follow through to ensure that this is indeed correct. However, if they stop and think about the many complications of drinking contaminated water over time, they will most likely give this the attention it deserves. Your family’s health could be compromised if you depend on city water that is full of lead and other harmful substances.
Water conservation essentials for a large family home. Caring for our environment doesn’t just begin and end with switching to green energy and reducing your home’s electricity consumption. While these are undoubtedly an excellent place to start, there are numerous other things you can do to also lower your household’s carbon footprint. One of […]
Why you should train your kids on correct water use? Image by Peter H from Pixabay From birth to adulthood, children love splashing around in water. Who doesn’t have embarrassing naked baby pictures treasured by mom for years of the kids in the bath or paddling pool? Unfortunately this love of water is the cause […]
Smart ways to boost water efficiency of your family home. Photo by Kaboompics .com from Pexels What many of us fail to realize is just how lucky we are every time we turn the tap and fresh water starts running. Unlike solar energy and a lot of other things we tend to take for granted, water is a […]
How to teach to your kids to save water? The first thing you have to teach your children about water is that it comprises 70% of their body. This fact might come as a shock to them at first, but it will also drive the point home. Water is one of the essential elements […]